Flights & getting there
The closest airport to the Amalfi Coast is Naples International Airport. Commonly known as Capodichino, it's served by a number of major airlines and low-cost carriers, with frequent connections to numerous European cities, as well as to New York. Curreri runs 10 daily buses between the airport and Sorrento (€10, 1¼ hours).
Year-round hydrofoils run between Naples and Sorrento (€13, 20 minutes, up to six daily), as well as between Sorrento and Capri (€20.50, 20 minutes, up to 13 daily). From around April/May to October, ferry services connect Sorrento to Positano (€20, 30 minutes, two daily) and Amalfi (€21, 50 minutes, two daily), from where ferries continue to Salerno.
The Circumvesuviana runs every 30 minutes between Naples' Garibaldi station (beside Napoli Centrale station) and Sorrento (€3.90, 70 minutes). Trains stop in Ercolano (Herculaneum) and Pompeii en route. Trenitalia runs frequent services between Napoli Centrale station and Salerno (€4.70, 40 minutes).